Originally Posted by RigglePLC
You don't need that much water. Ric is right. Boom sprayers apply less water and more chemical. Why not go with about a third of a gallon per thousand--like a Z-spray?
If you insist on 2 gal per thousand--easy choice--go slow--use only 3 nozzles--or get a bigger pump.
Naturally your tank will run out quicker--and you will spend a lot of time driving back to the truck, refilling the tank and mixing new chemicals.
Suit your speed to the situation. Herbicides and insecticides 4 mph. Some odd product that requires four times as much water per thousand--just go 1 mph.
I want to be able to spray fertilizer which is why I want to spray the higher volume.
My question was just basically if it would be a good idea to go ahead and get a bigger pump than the 2.1 gpm.
The mechanic at the golf course I work at that helped me put the sprayer on the mower told me I would need one if I wanted to spray higher volumes.
Just thought I would ask some people with more experience.
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